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Some pairs were made in heaven. Pilsner and havarti, bock and Swiss, stout and gouda—okay, any beer and cheese will do. Tommy Keegan of Keegan Ales and Aroma Thyme's Marcus Giulano join forces for the fourth annual Hudson Valley Beer and Cheese Fest on March 22 from 1pm to 4pm at Keegan Ales in Kingston. This year, the festival's going to be bigger, better, cheesier, and hoppier, with more breweries and farmsteads involved than ever before. Local beers are paired with local cheeses to create a variety of dishes designed by Giulano. Tickets are available for $55 presale or $55 at the door. Unlimited food and beer samples are included in the admission price, and all attendees will receive a souvenir tasting glass. (845) 647-3000; Keeganales.com.

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